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The Economics of Space Travel

Are NASA contracts propping up the private space industry? Or are Government regulations stifling the private space race?

Dr. Eli Dourado, Senior Research Fellow with the Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University, joins Bob to discuss the recent “successful failure” of the exploded SpaceX launch and the differences between government and privately funded space travel.

Dr. Dourado on NASA contracting private companies to build their shuttles: Mises.org/HAP393a

Dr. Dourado on the Artemis moon program: Mises.org/HAP393b

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